SWERVEDRIVER @ THE TERAGRAM BALLROOM
Swervedriver played relentlessly, rarely stopping to talk. Although at one point, lead singer Adam Franklin asked if anyone had read Debbie Harry’s new autobiography.
The set included plenty of the classics, along with newer tracks from their latest, Future Ruins. The night reminded us why we love them–they gave us so much, and then they gave us everything.
Never Lose That Feeling
Son of Mustang Ford
Think I’m Gonna Feel Better
The Lonely Crowd Fades in the Air
Day Like Tomorrow
Last Train to Satinsville